PERTAMINA Pre retirement program invite Suryani Institute

PERTAMINA is a State Owned oil & gas company (National Oil Company), established on December 10, 1957 under the name PT PERMINA. PERTAMINA’s scope of business incorporates the upstream and downstream sectors. The upstream sector covers oil, gas and geothermal energy exploration and production both domestically and overseas. The foregoing is pursued through own operations and through partnerships in the form of joint operations with JOBs (Joint Operating Bodies), TACs (Technical Assistance Contracts) and JOCs (Joint Operating Contracts), whereas the downstream sector includes processing, marketing, trading and shipping. Commodities produced range from Fuel (BBM) and Non Fuel (Non BBM), LPG, LNG, petrochemicals to Lube Base oil.

“The company wants their employee to have a peace state of mind when they retired and still have their creativity after that”, said Kusuma Riyadi as the event organizer that bridge the need of PERTAMINA to Suryani Institute. The relationship has been establish since 2009 as the employee felt the benefit in their retirement days.



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Training on Trainee Understanding Elderly Care for Replication in other parts of Indonesia

As your loved one grows older, you may find yourself shouldering the responsibility for his or her care. Should your loved one’s medical needs grow too extensive for you to handle alone; you may start to consider looking for a long term care to understand the elderly care. United Nations (2002) data predict that the percentage of Indonesians over the age of 60 will rise from 7 to 8 per cent of the population today to 13 per cent in 2025.  Comparable shifts in Europe took fifty years in the case of Britain and over a century in France. Not only is the speed of change remarkable, the scale of the Indonesian situation is mind-boggling. Due to a still rapidly growing national population, in absolute terms elderly numbers will increase by 300 to 400 per cent.

“With the growing number of elderly and no intention from the government to make the healthy elderly still healthy, I feel the calling to help them since 1988 and today we got help from Boehringer Ingelheim Indonesia to replicate the program that I’ve developed since 1988”, said Professor Luh Ketut Suryani when give the keynote speech during the Training on Trainee program at Puri Nusa Indah Hotel, Denpasar.



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Elderly Care Programs for Indonesia comes from Bali

For many years almost every programs must come from central government, Jakarta. Nevertheless, this year a program for elderly care finally comes from Bali and will be replicate in other parts of Indonesia. As a consequence of demographic transition during recent decades, the Indonesian population is aging rapidly.Despite the increase in the number of elderly people, aging has not yet been identified as an important policy issue in Indonesia. The Government has paid little attention to this group, as can be seen from the lack of access to social security and social services for the elderly.

“Since 1988 we promote elderly care programs in prevention to make our elderly people active and healthy, and this year I feel that I have hope for our old people”, said Professor Luh Ketut Suryani as the founder of Yayasan Wredha Sejahtera Bali after signed agreement with Boehringer Ingelheim Indonesia to promote elderly care program in other part of Indonesia.

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